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Little Stevie Wonder Was Number One 50 Years Ago This Week


“Fingertips (Pt. 2)” may seem raw and a bit antiquated today but in 1963, it was Wonder's very first big hit. Read More »

Book Review: Recollections: The Detroit Years: The Motown Sound By The People Who Made It by Jack Ryan, Thomas Saunders (Editor)

Really, the only things missing are the foot diagrams for choreographing the always-imitated, never-duplicated “Temptation Walk.” Read More »

Music Review: Stevie Wonder – Where I’m Coming From

Stevie Wonder: Chapter 6. Read More »

MICHAELVIS: When the Two Kings Became One

The many similarities between Elvis Presley and his son-in-law, Michael Jackson – the King of Rock and the King of Pop – in the way they lived and the way they died. Read More »

Book Review: The Supremes: A Saga of Motown Dreams, Success, and Betrayal by Mark Ribowsky

Dishing the dirt on Diva Diana and the original Dreamgirls. Read More »

Motown To Celebrate 50th Anniversary With Fan-Picked Motown 50 Fanthology

Motown needs your help celebrating their 50th anniversary... Read More »

Motown: 50 Years Of Soul

Berry Gordy established Motown Records in 1960 and the record label is one of the quintessential labels of all time. Read More »